The Jamaican version of the black castor oil has a lot of beneficial phytochemicals and fatty acids which provides the hair and skin with a lot of needed nutrients. One of the known fatty acids found in many popular oils today is the omega 9 fatty acid which is also called ricinoleic acid. Ricinoleic acid was originally called 12-hydroxy-9-cis-octadecenoic acid is a fatty acid. It is an unsaturated omega-9 fatty acid and a hydroxy acid.
The acid in this oil has anti-fungal and anti-viral properties which can kill many viruses and fungi on the scalp and skin. This is why black castor oil is highly recommended for those who have thinning hair or horrible skin acne. By fighting off dangerous micro-organisms with the help of scalp stimulation, hair growth becomes that much easier.
If you haven’t heard about either Haitian black castor oil, Jamaican black castor oil, or just regular castor oil, you have been missing out on something that you and your family can use to maintaining the best skin care possible and something to grow, protect, and strengthen hair. The oil also comes in different scented versions such as lavender, lemon, chocolate, mint and more.
Those looking for immediate attention to their existing hair conditions should use black castor oil in conjunction with other popular oils such as Coconut Oil which is packed with many scalp healing properties that will help with hair growth. Other oils such as hemp oil can be added to your mixture and applied directly into the scalp. Massaging the oil into the scalp gently for 5 minutes is recommended for blood stimulation for your hair roots.
Your oil mixture can be left in for a day or two then washed out and re-applied again. For both men and women who suffer from thinning hair loss, you have to be extra careful when washing your hair, especially when it comes to brushing your hair. Even though brushing your hair is good for hair stimulation, too much of it on a thin scalp could actually be a bad thing.